Because delicious food is an essential part of the human condition as well as a necessary part of a complete vacation, Estafania's restaurant-bar-lounge will serve dishes that are a memorable part of every one of our guests' experience. Our culinary philosophy is quite simple: create meals that are simple, fresh and clean and that represent the local flavors of Mexico.


At the heart of Boca de Iguanas in Costa Alegre, is the west coast lifestyle: health-conscious people seeking active relaxation and revitalization in a pristine ecological setting. And, thanks to the lush, tropical setting, year-round sunshine and temperate conditions, there is no shortage of active pursuits to get your adrenaline pumping. All services upon request.

  • Snorkeling / Diving
  • Deep-sea fishing
  • Boogie boarding
  • Mountain biking
  • Catamaran sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Rock climbing
  • Beach voleyball
  • Beach soccer
  • Surfing
  • Hiking
  • Yoga
  • Golf 
  • Horseback riding
  • Horse shoes
  • Shopping & Crafts 

Shopping: For those wishing to experience shopping in Mexico’s outdoor markets, the town of Barra de Navidad is located only 20 minutes away and has a mix of shops selling local and regional crafts, pottery & ceramics, and other artisanal goods. The small fishing village of La Manzanilla (a 45 minute walk on the beach, or 5 minute car ride) offers local art created by Mexicans and expats alike.

Golf: Two nearby championship golf courses offer golfers sweeping, manicured greens without the lineups and have equipment available for rental.

The 18-hole El Tamarindo (20 mins) was designed by David Fleming and features spectacular oceanside greens and stunning tee offs from cliff tops overlooking the sparkling Pacific Ocean.

The 27-hole Isla Navidad (40 min) designed by Robert Von Hagge is a three-part dream featuring lagoon, jungle and ocean courses that prove to be a blend of scenic beauty and challenging golf game.

One hour away, the city of Manzanillo, Colima also offers golf courses: the 18 hole Las Hadas - La Mantarraya by Pete and Roy Dye, the 9 hole Santiago Country Club, and a new course in currently under construction.